We’re excited to announce fully implemented Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) in sapio365, as well as many enhanced features and streamlining of time-consuming limitations found in Office 365.
Start using the latest sapio365 release with ease—check out each new feature and enhancement below.
Full control & security
Define which sapio365 features your delegated users can use.
View all changes made in the User Activity Log—see who did what, where, and when.
Roles can range from full power to a single function in sapio365.
Decide how granular you want to get through permitted tasks.
Define what delegated users can do and where they can do it.
Custom dynamic sets
Give your delegated users free reign over their territory or just a slice of the pie, no need to limit yourself to geography, title or some other attribute.
Combine these scopes to make sets as narrow or as wide as you want.
Limit how many licenses a role can manage by setting a maximum number for each license that your assigned users can work with—make license cost distribution simpler.
Note: sapio365 RBAC does not change any roles or permissions in your Office 365. The delegated roles you create in sapio365 are ONLY available in sapio365—you won’t see them in Office 365 admin centers.
New Ribbon Button: Rename OneDrive files and folders
Not being able to do something as simple as rename a file was a headache for many users. So, we added a new ribbon function that allows you to rename OneDrive files and folders.
Added access to new information (OneDrive, mail, etc...) for User Recycle Bins
As you know, when you delete users in Office 365, they end up in the Recycle Bin—in a sort of limbo state for 30 days. During this time, you have the option to delete or restore. This added feature opens more options by giving you access to OneDrive files, emails, contacts, and events—and allowing you to save information from each before the users are permanently deleted.
Added new 'Assigned Licenses' column in the Users grid
Whereas before you had to manually select a user and push “Show License”, this new column gives you instant access to that information. This will help you better focus your queries and filter out users with licenses you’re not interested in viewing.
Changed the value type and terms for the "Sign-in status" column in the Users grid
We updated this column with new icons that now “clearly” indicate which users can sign in to Office 365 and which are blocked.
Added new columns in Users grid
We added several new properties in the grid including the creation date, ‘Show in Address List’, ‘Other Mails’, properties related to age legality, and a whole bunch of On-premises properties.
Users with duplicate plans
It’s common for organizations to have members with duplicate services. Especially in large organizations with lots of employees.
List Teams of selected users
After selecting users from the menu, you can click this new feature and see which Teams they belong to.
Export content of all selected users
This tool exports all user info into either an XML file or XLSX file.
View by status: guest, sign-in, unlicensed
Allows the filtering of users based on status (guest users, licensed users, sign-in allowed, sign-in blocked, and unlicensed users).
Show external email forwarding rules for all users
Find out which users have set up automatic forwarding rules and the recipients’ email addresses.
in group management
Added new column in Groups: Membership count
Like it sounds, this feature shows how many members are in each group. You can then sort these membership counts into descending/ascending order for quicker searches.
Added new column in Groups: Owner User Names
Similar to "Added new 'Assigned Licenses' column in the Users grid:”. This is a faster way to see group owners. It helps you choose the groups on which you want to focus your actions. Normally, you'd have to select each group and click the "Owners" button to get to the module in which this info is shown.
Content search for Group Conversation Posts is now available via added 'Preview' column in the grid
This handy new feature allows you to preview entire chat threads and use keyword searches to find specific chats. This means you don’t have to open each chat thread. For example, if the chat you’re looking for has something to do with “Sales”, you can do a keyword search for “Sales” and only the chats that mention that word will pop up.
Added new columns in Group Recycle Bin
Certain properties that were available only for non-deleted groups have been added in the Group Recycle Bin thanks to the latest changes in the Microsoft Graph API.
Fixed potential infinite loop due to group nesting
We corrected an infinite loop problem issued from handling complex groups.
All documents and folders shared with guests
Added for security purposes, this job lets admins see what documents are being shared with non-members (non-employees) and allows them to act by removing permissions.
Get memberships of a selected group
Before adding a user to a group, you might want to know which groups that group belongs to. This new job makes that easy.
Add 'non-member' group owners as members for selected groups
Sometimes, a group owner is not necessarily a member of his group. This isn’t always a problem, but many services require membership in order to use them. This new feature was created to find non-member owners and make them members.
Find memberless groups
Like is says, this job shows you groups that don’t have members. Add members to these groups or mark them for deletion if they are no longer needed.
Find empty groups
Find groups without members or owners, and then decide to add members and owners, or simply archive or delete these "unused" groups.
What else is new
Added new 'Last queried on' column to show data last requested by sapio365
Puts updates in chronological order to make finding the latest sapio365 query easier. This is extremely helpful for large organizations where hundreds of changes are being made all the time. Until now, it was difficult keeping track of these changes.
Added User Activity Logs to keep track of user-initiated editions made with sapio365
This new feature does exactly what it says it does by letting admins audit who made changes to what.